Developing a website using Content Management System ( CMS ) always adds extra advantage for both – Web Developer and Website User. The developer gets some feature already developed, and the user gets the friendly environment to manage the website without any programming knowledge. In this post, I will discuss the advantages and disadvantages of Drupal CMS. Before you read this post, you must know what is Drupal CMS?
Advantages and Disadvantages of Drupal Content Management System
Some popular website like Harvard, Ubuntu and Sony Music is using Drupal CMS. Drupal is popular and unbeatable day after day. Webmasters and bloggers are using Drupal to build their website, and this is available in 182 languages. 228 countries are using Drupal to create their website online.
All the popular CMS like Joomla, WordPress, Magento, Shopify has some advantage and disadvantages as well. Knowing the pros and cons of Drupal will help you manage your Drupal website more conveniently.
Advantages of Drupal Content Management System
Strong And Powerful Control Panel: Drupal admin panel is strong for both – Admin and User. Most of the people use Drupal for its huge functionality in the admin panel. Each and every step is highly customizable, and admin can set permission for his users. A group of people can manage the same website with different role, permission, designation and editing power. Different theme changes the layout of the website and looks at the website changes totally. Different types of user play a different role to develop and maintain the website.